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Meet our donors

​​​​MCHS Foundation is grateful to the many donors who support research, education and health care at the Marshfield Clinic Health System. Because of your support, Marshfield Clinic is able to make significant advances in health ​care.

Read why these Clinic friends have graciously donated to Marshfield Clinic. Their personal stories and motivation to make a difference are inspiring.

Hyundai Donates $100,000 for Childhood Cancer Fund

The grant, announced at a ceremony in September, will fund a sophisticated communications program to ensure that young cancer patients from throughout the Marshfield Clinic system have access to psycho-social supportive care, no matter how rural or remote their location.​​

Hyundai Donates to Childhood Cancer

"He Was In Good Hands There"

When a family is grateful for the care a loved one received, there are no geo​​​graphical limits.​

Elizabeth A. Crary Fund

Second Graders Learn of ​​Empathy, Giving

Who would have thought that second graders could take a very sad situation and turn it into a learning experience that would last a lifetime? The result was that they touched their community and made a generous donation to support cancer research at Marshfield Clinic.​

Three Lakes Elementrary School

Called to P​​hilanthropy​

Women are a major force in philanthropy, and their involvement continues to grow. Nationally, women make 75 percent of health care decisions and 85 percent of giving decisions.​

Amazing Women

​Delta ​Dental

One of the most substantial donations ever made to Marshfield Clinic will support a number of dental health research projects.

Delta Dental Awards $1.1 Million

Reed and ​Ellie Hall

Reed Hall's official job since 2000 was executive director of Marshfield Clinic. But when he retired in July 2010, it gave him more time to continue the work he enjoyed the most and will continue doing in retirement: maintaining important contacts for the Clinic behind the scenes.

Retired in Title Only

Kathy Schwoch

​K​athy Schwoch firmly believes that every woman ought to have routine mammography screenings. So she and a group of friends have done something about it, staging an event that has raised nearly $40,000 in the last four years to help other women get mammograms as well.​

Staging a Breast Cancer Event

Rich Seubert

​​Rich Seubert is a big man with a "Giant" heart. That’s why he established an endowment to support heart research, in the name of his beloved grandmother, Celine Seubert.​

A Giant Undertaking

 

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